The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

11 June 2004

Getting mighty crowded

About one-quarter of the Oklahoma House will have to be replaced this year because of term limits, including Robert Worthen, who has represented District 87, where I live these days.

During the three-day filing period this week, no fewer than seven people filed to run for District 87; only District 19, in the northeast part of the state, drew more.

One of the four Republicans vying for the seat is Young Republicans official Trebor Worthen, who is Robert Worthen's son, and whose first name is "Robert" spelled backwards. Another is Tina Majors, who ran second in the GOP primary in 2002 for Senate District 40. Then there's Reece Kepler, who scores for Best Domain Name: I know nothing at all about Karen Khoury.

On the Democratic side, there's David B. Hooten, who may or may not be this David B. Hooten; Steve Harry, who won the Senate District 40 primary in 2002, losing to Cliff Branan in the election; and John Morgan, who owns a small business and who lives around the corner from me.

There's no Senate race here Cliff Branan's term runs through 2006 so I get to fixate on a House race this time. The primary will be 27 July (right after World Tour '04), with runoffs if needed on 24 August. So far, the only candidate I've met is John Morgan, who, as noted, lives around the corner from me.

Posted at 5:14 AM to Political Science Fiction , Soonerland

Thanks for paying attention to my race! I've been knocking doors and working hard, and I hope to get your vote in the primary on July 27. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me, or call me at 922.6112.

Posted by: Trebor Worthen at 3:24 PM on 14 June 2004

I appreciate your mention of me and your link to my website. And...on July 27th I hope you will RememberReece!
Thanks - Reece

Posted by: Reece Kepler at 9:53 PM on 15 June 2004

Wow, this is truly amazing. My name is Joe Hartman, I am the campaign manager for John Morgan. I was doing research and stumbled across this site. It's very entertaining and was a nice break from the regular boring research at 12:30 in the morning. If you would like to contact me or John about the campaign give us a call at our campaign headquarters at 948-1714 or feel free to give me a call on me cell at 641-7428.

Posted by: Joe Hartman at 12:35 AM on 16 June 2004